New Caps, Uniforms for 2017 Spring Training

Spring Training 2017We know many of you descend on the spring-training ballparks and head immediately to the stores to check out the newest offerings. Caps, uniforms and some T-shirts are sold online by Major League Baseball, and the newest offerings are sold at mlbshop.com. Here are our favorite caps and uniforms for 2017.

2017 spring training cap

The trident is back! We’ve always loved the old Seattle Mariners trident logo and had one in our cap collection.

2017 spring training cap

Pastels may be a little out of favor these days, but the Tampa Bay Rays sunburst logo is a perfect spring souvenir.

2017 spring training cap

The “angry Cub” logo was used on Chicago uniforms between 1979 and 1983, and it makes an appearance again this spring.

2017 spring training cap

The batterman is back! Again, MLB mines the archives for a great logo from the past in this Chicago White Sox cap.

2017 spring training cap

This D from the Los Angeles Dodgers letterscript is elevated to use on a cap. It’s a nice alternative to the iconic interlocking LA logo.

2017 spring training cap

The Cleveland Indians are going with a very clean look this spring.

2017 spring training cap

The tomahawk in the Atlanta Braves logo is split off for a spring-training cap.

2017 spring training cap

Pinstripes move from the uniform to the cap on the new New York Yankees look.

2017 spring training cap

Last, but certainly not least: the Milwaukee Brewers bring back one of the very best baseball logos of all time this coming spring. It’s always a good day when this logo is used.

We will also see some unique uniform designs this spring. At first glance, a new Detroit Tigers jersey looks to be fairly normal:

2017 spring training

But take a closer look at the lettering. It has a unique background that ties directly to 2017 spring training:

2017 spring training

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